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REED-L October 1995

Subject:

Hellas Submissions (fwd)

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Abigail Ann Young <[log in to unmask]>

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REED-L: Records of Early English Drama Discussion

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Forwarded from FICINO -- I think this might be of interest.  AAY
 
 
---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 17 Oct 1995 23:55:19 -0400
From: [log in to unmask]
To: Multiple recipients of list FICINO <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Hellas Submissions
 
                        HELLAS
                 Call for Submissions
 
 
HELLAS, A Journal of Poetry and the Humanities, is a
literary and scholarly semiannual devoted to a
rationalist reform of the arts. Of the 160 pages of each
issue, 40 are devoted to poetry, especially metrical,
that avoids prosaism and meaninglessness. The remainder
is devoted to prose of different kinds, including not
only serious scholarship, but a sprinkling of learned
entertainement.
 
Some general remarks on submissions:
 
1) Every submission must be accompanied by a stamped,
self-addressed envelope.
2) It is advisable to query first by email or regular
mail with an abstract and a copy of the essay's first
page.
3) Footnotes should follow Chicago style.
4) Submissions MUST appeal to the non-specialist.
 
Please note that, although the "maximum length" of each
section may occasionally be exceeded, brevity will aid a
submission's chances of acceptance.
 
Queries and abstracts, but not essays or poems, may be
emailed directly to the address of Gerald Harnett, the
editor-in-chief:
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ESSAYS
Finely written and rigorously coherent studies of modern
poetry, Renaissance literature and ancient literature.
One essay in each of these three areas, and another in
philosophy, is used in each issue. Essays in other areas,
such as medieval or Enlightenment literature, are also
occasionally taken. Especially sought are studies of
classicism, neoclassicism and the relations between
ancient and modern literatures. Include SASE. Maximum
length: 10,000 words.
 
HISTORY
Hellas would like to publish essays in ancient, medieval
and Renaissance history, preferably with some pertinence
to literary studies, of interest to the general reader.
These may be amusing or casual, but MUST be readable.
Maximum length: 10,000 words.
 
ARS POETICA
Essays on technical matters such as meter, poetic diction
and trope. Maximum length: 5,000 words.
 
DIVERTIMENTI
Amusing essays on literary subjects. Maximum length:
3,000 words.
 
FORUM
Opinion on issues stirring the world of arts and letters.
Maximum length: 3000 words.
 
ULTIMA THULE
A forum wherein the enlightened opposition, such as there
is, may display higher nervous system functions and
vocalization skills. Essays may be submitted in earnest
or in jest. Maximum length: 5,000 words.
 
                    EDITORIAL BOARD
 
Renaissance Studies: William Kerrigan and Gordon Braden
Classical Studies: Barry Baldwin
Modern Poetry Studies: Christopher Clausen
Philosophy: John Ellis and Eva Brann
 
Ars Poetica: David Rothman
Forum: Joseph Aimone
Poetry: Gerald Harnett
Advisory Board: Richard Wilbur, Anthony Hecht, X.J.
Kennedy, Molly Peacock
 
Editor-in-chief: Gerald Harnett
 
HELLAS is published by the Aldine Press, Ltd., a
nonprofit corporation. Contributions in cash or kind are
tax-deductible.
 
SUBSCRIPTIONS: 1 yr.: $14.  2 yrs.: $24. Foreign
subscriptions: $4 extra per year. Issued semiannually.
ISSN 1044-5331. Send payment with subscription order to:
 
HELLAS    304 South Tyson Avenue, Glenside, PA   19038
 
 
                     About HELLAS
 
Honored by the Conference of Editors of Learned Journals
in 1991 with a Best New Journal award, Hellas is a
unique, Miltonic wedding of paideia and poiesis,
instruction and delight, engaging scholarship and
original poetry. Hellas and its remarkable new generation
of poets critics and theorists have yoked the energy of
the contemporary imagination to the verbal elegance,
moral seriousnessness and good order of neoclassical
tradition.
 
 
"Hellas is a most worthy journal, and I recommend it
highly."
                                      Paul Kristeller
 
 
"Hellas is beautiful, strong and original.
Congratulations!"
                                      Fred Turner
 
 
"I have been reading through Hellas with interest,
amusement and old-fashioned pleasure. Provocative and
innovative, Hellas offers a very welcome liveliness and
debate."
                                      Anthony Hecht
 
 
"Hellas is full of vigor, sass and interest. It is well-
launched and praiseworthy."
                                      Richard Wilbur

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